This week in recruiting automation efficiency is the name of the game. Whether that means augmenting your workflow to accomplish more or freeing up your time to focus on candidate experience, AI is changing the way the world sees HR and recruiting. Learn more in the articles in this week’s roundup.
1. Artificial intelligence amps up HR effectiveness
“Could a robot do your job? Probably not, says futurist and HR consultant Josh Bersin. But software that uses artificial intelligence to facilitate decision-making will probably soon affect how you do your work.”
2. Candidate experience tops recruiters’ priority list
“Ironically, a strong tech backbone can help employers add more personalization and a human touch to their recruiting processes, thus improving both recruitment and retention overall.”
3. AI: the new frontier of the HR space
“Automation does not have to mean job losses. Some studies have shown that these new technologies can significantly improve current working practices.”
4. Don’t want A.I. to take your job? Learn to use it as a tool
“Using AI to help you find new jobs based on your current skills is just one way to adapt to this new technology.”
5. AI recruiters are using advanced surveillance like tech to interview job seekers
“A 2017 Deloitte report found 33 percent of survey respondents already used some form of AI in their hiring process, and with jobless rates at a 17-year low of 4.1 percent according to a February report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, recruiters are increasingly looking for ways to bring in the best candidates faster and more efficiently than before.”
6. 6 Reasons Your Company Needs Recruiting Automation
“Many processes across organizations of all kinds once required intensive human interaction. Today, they’re streamlined through a range of automated individual tasks that free up time and make way for personal attention where it is actually needed most.”
If your interest in recruiting automation was piqued by any of these articles, you won’t want to miss The Recruiting Automation Summit in San Francisco this June. Be sure to save your seat.